Oak Hall, Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School
213 Wonga Road, Warranwood,3134
Still Life artist, Kirsty McIntyre generously donated her beautiful oil on board, Banksias and Tomatoes II for raffle at the 2019 Spring exhibition, August 31 to September 1.
Drawing inspiration from Australia's native flora and the work of Criss Canning, Margaret Preston, Kirsty is also inspired by Matisse, Cezanne and the Scottish colourists such as J.D. Ferguson and Francis Cadell.
"For me a still life painting is a stage, full of dialogue and complex relationships between the figures...to create something of beauty, joy, serenity, humour or drama."
Warranwood Art Show thanks Kirsty McIntyre for her generous donation of artwork for raffle, drawn 3pm on Sunday 1 September at Warranwood Art Show.
Measuring 43 x 43cm, including a natural Tasmanian Oak floating timber frame, Banksia and Tomatoes II is valued at $580.
Raffle and Warranwood Art Show proceeds go to the School Communication Association of The Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School, towards new equipment, upgrades and improvements.